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working in los angeles. >> she's smart. she's gone. >> meredith viera is groaning saying, here we go again. >> no, i'm having a ball. >> you are? >> no, i'm having a good time. >> it's wineless wednesday. what's our countdown? two weeks, then we can drink. >> little clink? >> yes, dear on the air. okay, yesterday we got a lot of feedback because meredith decided she was going to clean her closet. >> did you really get feedback? >> no. nobody cares. but anyway, you do what a lot of people did. you started. >> i took everything out of the closet, not everything, but a lot of stuff. then i got so exhausted, i can't deal with it. it's overwhelming when you see all the junk you have. you have to sort through. >> is this your house? >> not the whole house, the hallway. >> what's all that? >> stuff that was in my closet. >> like what? >> some of it from the "today" show, brings back memories. >> swag. >> then clothes and junk. just a lot of junk. there we go. >> so we got to talking in the make-up room about who's messier. clearly, i'm going for a run for my money. we decided we are going to pull
special guest host. >> who? >> a girl named meredith vieira. ladies and gentlemen, meredith vieira. >> please, please. >> i know. exactly. i want to go on record first saying i'm so jet lagged and in a fog. >> well, you just came off vacation -- >> i want to apologize for you having to carry the entire show. yes, indeed. yes, indeed. so i did get back from this long flight. i went to -- for the holidays, i ended up going with my sister halfway around the world to a place called the maldives. >> do you know where it is on the map? >> it's in the indian ocean. look at us. terrible hair. >> aw. >> but still it was a beautiful, great time. that's my sister hala. you have to fly to dubai, that's 14 or 12 hours. then you have a six-hour layover. and then you -- >> excuse me, is that you in the bikini? >> yes. >> you look fantastic. >> oh, that's -- >> you look so lovely, you do. >> anyway, so we spent a few days in the sun, and while i was there my mom is the one who's celebrating. it's new year's. that's me calling her. by the way, on new year's eve my sister, my brother, and i were all
recalls his assignment as officer in charge of the security detail for james meredith, the first african-american admitted to the university of mississippi in september of 1962. this is about 40 minutes. >> thank you ralph and john andd mmy gratitude to the library ot congresshe for hosting the even. i will try to put into 30 whnutes what happened to me 50 years ago with some reflection.h this is my tentative book event since the book was published in september and each event is different and each audience is different and your questions are different. i was a 233-year-old arra tc second lieutenant from a small liberal arts college in minnesota, sat down to mississippi along with 15 or 19,000 other soldiers to quell the right to put down the right. i was not aware of where we were going because the kennedy administration that put a clamp on public disclosure. it's not until we got to memphis that we were aware of our mission. it was such a delicate, uncomfortable effort. u.s. military and it was a military oftentimes i say i'm army out of place. the military police had the mission somet
. >>> tonight on "rock center" -- meredith vieira's explosive interview with a woman who went public with a secret she thought she would never share. it's about her intimate time spent with president john f. kennedy inside the white house while she was still a teenager. >> it was exciting. it was glamorous, it was fun. >> mimi alford said the affair began on just her fourth day as a white house intern when she was just 19 and the president gave her a private tour that ended up in the first lady's bedroom. >> he didn't put his hands on my shoulders and sort of guided me down to the edge of the bed. i think he may have even said to me, is this all right? i didn't really know what was about to happen. and then what did happen was i lost my virginity right there. >> what followed, she says, was an affair that lasted more than a year. later including telephone calls summoning her from college. >> you're in a limo. they're picking you up and taking you i guess to the airport to fly you to d.c. and you're doing your homework in the car knowing that you're being sent to washington. >> yeah.
for james meredith and went to school with him. he went to school. i stayed outside with a hand-picked patrol, three jeeps, 12 soldiers and we were there throughout the year. we transfer back and forth. almost one year until he graduated in august of 1963. i was 23 years old. i grew up in an all white neighborhood in south minneapolis. that was pretty much it. and so it was an eye-opening for me, but, again, we were trained, and i'm so proud of what the army did. when you write a book, and this is my first, the publisher has the say on what the title should be. i would call it mississippi morning because we will come up with 6:00 in the morning. tear gas said past, the sun had come up and and would like any other small town. it was an awakening of the culture, the university of mississippi would never go back to its old days. the publisher comes along and wanted james meredith to be in it. the book is not about james meredith. often book titles, the subtitle carries the story, and it is a soldier's story. an army at a place to yes. again, they did their job. i saw pieces of viol
to your dressing room. there's another side of meredith that only we know. >> i am a little bit bad that way. you're right. >> but it's nice. >> i had an accident on the air once. not an accident. i swore on the air once. >> you did? >> let's take a look back. >> meredith. >> oh, geez. you shouldn't be -- oh, [ bleep ]. >> okay. >> i'm just going to clarify something in that last segment we did that i was behind the wheel. i thought i saw a shift in front of me. it wasn't a shift. it was actually a vehicle. that is some of the finest driving i've done in months. >> no, you said -- >> i said chip. >> you said chip. that's what i said. >> exactly. >> there's some video out there that is causing some controversy. we saw it in the make-up room earlier, and it's one of those things that makes you cringe a little. this is a woman from south dakota. her 8-year-old son, right? >> it's christmas time. >> yeah. >> she's running a video of him. and he has gone on ebay, right? just kind of looking around. thinks that he pressed the buy button for a mustang. >> a real mustang. >> and he -- it's
for another day. meredith vieira. >> guess who else is here, cindy lauper is here. >> she is. >> she's going to talk with us because she has a new reality show that's out. it will be interesting to see her in that -- we've seen her in lots of different venues but never like that. >> we were talking in the dressing room. with all she knows about the business, why did she decide to do reality tv? i'm interested to know what her answer is. >> how is it, by the way, for you? >> other than this, it's been great. it's been great. it's great being here. >> it's fun? >> seeing everybody. it's really lovely. >> feel like home again? >> no. no, is it does. it does. i'm having a hard week because my kids are going back to college on sunday, and i realize this vacation because our oldest son, ben, lives in china, and he came home for three days, which was great, and then he left for tasmania on christmas to visit his girlfriend, and i realized in that moment that my kids are not going to be around for holidays. it's not -- when they're little, they're there, but now that's not going to happen as much. >
? >> you just get more foundation. problem solved. >> now it's my turn. >> this is meredith after ten drinks. >> that's very nice. really nice. >> i didn't even get to see it. >> that was a prune. really, really -- you know what, i'm your guest. >> you look really good. >> allegedly you're my guest. >> it's part of a drinking smart campaign. they don't want people to drink too much. a clever idea. >> right. >> we're all vain. if we see what we might look like we might drink less. >> were you a smoker? >> i did a little -- my mom doesn't know, but now she does. >> i'm so sorry. >> i did a little, but i don't -- i don't -- >> no smoking? >> you were a smoker, right? >> i was this kind of a smoker, for many, many, many years. >> was it hard to quit that? >> i quit the day i found out i was pregnant with ben, and that was it. >> that was it. >> the day i had ben, i wanted a cigarette, and ben is now 24, and i realize that i'm an addictive personality, and i knew if i had the cigarette, i would go back. >> what are you on now? what's your addiction? you know everybody has something. >> lov
to talk about how dangerous is football really and about super ball coming up. meredith scheiner is a friend of roll call. but first. >> other headlines making news on this wednesday, big on-air changes over at cnn. several contributors no longer with the network including james carville and mary madeline who say the decision was the network's, not theirs red steak blogger, eric erickson has a new job at fox news. no surprise there. the morning program is getting revamped, cnn's new president, geoff zucker hired chris queue mo to be part of it. soledad's role is unclear as they move forward. >> geoff zucker has to shake it up. a clear sign i think. a hewn talent. no where to go but up. more power to them. >> there are no little fixes. >> no. if he had come in and said we have a great product. we are going to stick with it the way it is. i wonder if after what we saw with ann curry on nbc if we will see him bring her to cnn as well. >> interesting. as the baltimore ravens and 49ers get set to faceoff in the super bowl, the senators from maryland
. >> i want to tell you something that we're going to do tomorrow. >> oh, really? >> meredith is going to bring in her favorite pair of pants, and you guys, these are classics and her favorite shirt. >> i'm not doing this. >> you have to do it. >> they're pajama pants. they're not like pants they're pa jama pants. >> laura, who works in our hair and makeup department said she was helping you pack one day, and she saw these shredded, crazy looking pants and wondered what they were. >> they're sentimental pants. you'll see. now you've embarrassed me. i'll bring them in. what did you do? >> i'm exhausted. look at me. bloodshot. i was last night with andy cohen on his show "watch what happens live." >> he is here today. >> what you are going to do. >> i want to do that. >> you're going to do that show. that show is crazy. first of all, there are crazy guests. you don't know what's coming. they ask you humiliating and embarrassing questions. >> like? >> like -- well, okay, they played this game with me, and it's a game called "hoda lay-hee-who". >> who i would lay with. do you know what i'm
're shaking here. all right. joining us is miss meredith vieira filling in for kathie lee. >> she's been gone all week. busy lady that she is. >> she's been busy shooting, not lounging around as you were saying upstairs. >> did i say that? >> you kind of did. >> okay. >> part of the deal is we have not been drinking. again, we just have a little bit of time left before it's all over. >> right. >> but we're trying to figure out what kind of wear and tear drinking has on how you look. >> well, you know it makes your skin dull. you know you can develop wrinkles. now there's an app. a drinking mirror app, right? >> this is scary. you put your picture in, and you tell them how many drinks you have, and they will calculate how you'll look -- >> truthfully how many drinks you have? >> truthfully. you'll see how your looks erode over the course of years, and it it is frightening. okay. so this is -- >> let's see what you would look like. >> this is what i would look like after ten glasses of wine. >> that looks -- you don't look bad. >> it looks like a crazy mask. >> your mouth is very big and your c
of the valley and at the time, current community college trustee introduced us to meredith thomas, neighborhood parks counsel and we started to work with meredith and started exploring different option on different ways do this and former supervisor bev industity got really excited about the project and then when supervisor wine wiener came in he was incredible supportive and in my of 2012 we asked the neighborhood to see if they would be willing to make pledges towards the project and we have raised $475,000 in problems in just the neighborhood which has really been amazing it's basically a table at the farmers market that we man every saturday and since then senior -- has contacted us and told us about at the state level and we have had fashion partners and this is really an exciting public private partnership in our opinion and we have actually been contacted by different parkgrams in your districts to have how we have done our project and so we are really excited that this model that we have kind-of you know, strapped together is gaining mommentum in some other districts also and so as scot
, meredith is back today, lending a hand to hoda in our fourth hour, ready to go. >> almost ready. >> coordinating your outfits i see. >> you know what? >> what's going on? >> we're dolling up. >> you started, what, about 4:00 am? >> you know what, that's really not nice. >> speaking of renovations projects. >> whoa! >> oh! >> it's on. it's on. oh, wow! >> but something you will learn on our show is that you look your worse on wednesdays at 3:30 in the afternoon. >> really? >> so it's going to get better than this? >> or worse. >> it's going to get worse than this. >> worse than a lot better. we have aaron neville with us. 72 years old tomorrow. >> really? >> he has a new album coming out. >> i hate when she reads the notes. darryl hammond is with us. hopefully he will do a couple of imitations. >> imitations or -- >> imitations. >> impressions. >> impressions. >> anyway -- >> you want your robe back, matt, or can i -- >> no, that's fine. i appreciate it. you didn't go in my dressing room again, did you? >> no. the cops told me not to. >> there's a restraining order. >> there lite
at the time, governor ross barnett. the safety of james meredith, the student in question gives him some guy. someone has been killed at this point in the right that is unfolding on the campus. and they are doing an elaborate dance where president kennedy is nonetheless insisting that a couple of things have to happen, and here's is how it unfolds. [laughter] >> what was president kennedy seeking to accomplish? and can you explain this ballet speak back there's so much having adam glad we got to be. you can hear a lot in the tone that you can't always get from reading the transcripts. and in that very important conversation he is asserting the right of the president of the united states to order the governor of mississippi and to restore order in a perilous situation, meredith is in danger of his life. parenthood, james meredith has been inspired to register for the university of mississippi when he heard president kennedy's inaugural address. so there's so much history in the air before playing the tape, tom leaned over and said i wish we could hear the chicken. the previous phone call, the
to see you. >> hey, meredith. >> you tutor... you tutor for the s.a.t, right? >> yeah, for the s.a.t. and for other standardized prep. pretty much, i teach people how to answer multiple choice tests for a living. >> which makes you, in theory, a great contestant here. >> in theory. i hope so. and i brought one of my students, zach, with me. >> zach is right there. nice to see you, zach. [applause] so... sean... sean, if you do well, obviously, that will impress zach. >> it will. >> if you do badly, zach, what are you... >> well, i mean, i just know he's gonna do well. i hope he keeps teaching me after he wins a million. >> there you go. [applause] and if you don't do well, you owe him his money back. you know that as well, so...
that meredith is crazy about, the virgin one, and another one. >> new year's resolution, losing weight. >> do you know what you're in for with this one? >> she told me just don't read anything. >> like the other five years you were here. >> good to see you. >> mr. roker? >> let's show you what we've got,e got starting off the day. we're looking at a clipper coming across bringing snow and blowing snow in the plains and wet weather through the gulf coast into the southeastern atlantic states. chilly in the pacific northwest with sunshine. tomorrow, expecting snow the lake effect know to continue. it is going to be awfully cold in the plains. single digits and low teens. we've got snow showers down through the southwest and some rain moves into the pacific northwest. that's what's going on around the country here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >>> good morning. sunshine lighting up the washington monument on this 2nd day of january, 2013. a live view from the news4 hd city camera and it's 34 now at a gan national. the wind coming from the north at around 15 miles an hour and wind
years a go. >> meredith smith has a plan. >> i will embrace the cold and wait. >> even marylands' governor has tips. >> i take them up my coat -- >> martin o'malley says a second innaguration is a big deal. >> the reelection was a more historic accomplishment. >> here are some of the crowd for maryland state ball. this ball goes until 1:00 am but many leave earlier to head downtown for festivities. the best advoiceice is to leave plenty of extra time. there are a lot of road ssds closed and yo uwant to deal with any unexpected delays. >> a candlelight celebration was held at the national building museum. mr. and mrs. obama joined mr. and mrs. biden. not everything went as planned. >> a truly magnificent michelle obama and the man she hangs out with, my friend president barack obama. >> the president and the first lady eventually did walk out. [laughter] >> and mr. obama addressed the crowd and thanked his supporters. >> make sure you know what we're celebrating -- is not the election or the swearing in of a president. what we're doing is celebrating each other and this incredible
from ever starting their engines. >> reporter: on october 29, nd10, matt and meredith eastridge were pregnant with their first child, a son. the same night david huffman spent the last two hours of his life getting drunk. ch put away the equivalent of 15 drinks, each one recorded on a security camera. oe 25-year-old stumbled out of tte charlotte bar and three minutes later... >> i remember saying look at that car. car.that was the last thing i hemember. >> reporter: you were hit head orter: y .> yes, sir. reporter: both the eastridges were critically injured when huffman with a blood alcohol content three times the legal limit and driving 100 miles per hour hurdled into their s.u.v. meredith, six months pregnant, pregtheir baby. >> i think about him every day. i think about, you know, how old he would be and what he would be doing. >> reporter: a family you would doin had. >> right. there are multiple times in that muht that this tragedy could d.ve been prevented. >> so we want to take this device and implement it in the car. >> reporter: bud glowg is leading a research team creating
but not without tremendous loss. >> reporter: meredith and matt eastridge were driving home in 2010 when another car speeding 100 miles an hour hit them head on. they both were critically hurt. meredith, six months' pregnant lost their baby son. >> i think about him every day. i think about how old he would be and what he would be doing. >> the family you would have had. >> right. >> reporter: david huffman drove the other car. surveillance video from the charlotte bar showed he had the equivalent of 15 drinks in two hours. he stumbled outside and three minutes later was killed when his car crashed into the eastridges'. >> this is something that could have been prevented. you know, this is 100% preventable very outside boston a company called kin it ick is working on a project that could end drunk driving for all. all 16 major carmakers and the federal government split the funding. >> we've narrowed it down to two types of technology. one is breath-based. one is touch-based. >> reporter: either way, the goal is if someone is impaired behind the wheel, the car will not start. >> in our case, the
-tech to retail and where you should be looking. >> before we get any further, for a second straight day, meredith vieira has kathie lee gifford locked in a closet so she can take another turn at the fourth hour with miss hoda kotb. good morning. >> good morning. >> what are you doing today? >> we are going to talk about this controversial tv show called "buck wild." buck naked but called "buck wild." and critics say it's the appalachian version of "jersey shor shore". >> we will have stars on. >> i said that. >> i don't listen when she talks. >> we will have mimi leaks on, a nice little actress, talking about "the new normal," that show he's on. >> and having al on our show. >> no cursing, nothing today? >> i did not curse. >> okay. i thought i heard something slip yesterda yesterday. >> hoda. >> and meredith in our fourth hour. mr. roker, check of the weather. >> you bet ya. let's see what's happening going into the weekend. showers in the eastern great lakes. look for showers in the pacific northwest. on saturday, we have more lake-effect snow showers hanging around. wet weather in the gulf coa
in rockefeller plaza. >> it is thirsty thursday. it is january 24th, 2013. another day with meredith vieira. the sunshine has arrived. >> how many days a week are you on? . you mean really? that's trud. >> every day? >> we're on every day in some form or another. we are on every single day. >> wow. >> it's a nice day today. it's freezing cold outside. >> it's freezing. it's not a nice day. it's freezing. >> you know, when i used to cover fires when i was -- listen, this is important. when i used to cover fires when i worked in local news in freezing weather like this, the firemen would spray water everywhere and everything would turn into a crazy ice rink. >> no, i know. what's the point? it's cold everywhere. >> it is. it is. >> oh. >> what? >> this is big news. you won't say it. hoda kotb, "ten years later" "new york times" best seller list. hello. ♪ celebrate good times >> number 12 on the nonfiction list. it gets better? >> it does? >> number nine on the ebook list. number eight on the combined print and e-book best sellers. >> what? oh. thank you, mer. thank you so much. >> i'm so pr
to the presentation of the real party interest. >> good afternoon supervisors. my name is meredith -- habitat for humanity greater san francisco. as you heard from the city and county supervisor, the map was approved. with numerous conditions. habitat has no objections to any of the conditions and will work directly with city staff to make sure all commissions are addressed. habitat purchased one acre site and its entitlement in may, 2012. in advance of habitat taking ownership, habitat staff and consultants met with city staff, between june 2011 and february, 2012. outreach is an extensive. the proposed - as ms. rogers mentioned - the proposed development is in keeping with the project approved by the planning commission in 2010. the footprint remains the same. is now 100 percent affordable; units will be sold to qualified households earning between 50-80% of ami. 500 hours of sweat equity will be in lieu of a down payment. applicants must meet certain income guidelines, have minimum credit, and be able to perform the sweat equity. three-story, single-family townhomes, 11 2 bedroom units
is small when you're talking small? >> i'm--meredith, i am talking less than 300 square feet, okay? that small. it's still a one-bedroom. i got a door on my bedroom. >> you do? wow, okay. >> but-- >> does it have a little kitchen, or... >> living room, kitchen, litter box area, bathroom-- kind of all becoming a blur. >> yeah. >> my cats--i love them. they're very cuddly. they're very cute. but i'm telling you, i got to get out. i need space.
of these impressions. >> [as barack obama] well, meredith, uh, you know, we have an important election coming up. the very nature and fabric of our country will be decided. uh, it's important, you know? so that's my obama. >> that's very good. >> i don't want to, like, be-- you know, it's a bipartisan program. [as george w. bush] so i'll do my bush, you know. today, uh, i'm here-- time-out, folks. there are words floating through the air in front of me. i'm freakin' out. [laughter] so those are my presidents. >> they're very good, daniel. >> thank you. [cheers and applause] i've got to-- i may never--i may never be on tv ever again.
.c., please welcome chris jacobs. hey, chris. >> hi, meredith. >> so why so hush-hush? >> i just decided that if people like surprises, have a happy surprise for people. and if i win the million dollars, i can fly everybody for a viewing party. and if i bomb out on the first question, then nobody will know to watch the show. >> oh, okay. got it. well, let me let you in on a little secret, chris: you're not gonna bomb out on the first question, okay? >> i hope not. >> we guarantee it, right, audience? not gonna happen. let's see the money in your round 1, chris. okay, computer, please randomize the dollars. now here are the categories to your questions, and we're gonna randomize those categories as well. and all this
is no different. >> reporter: in that spirit meredith goldberg of the madison hotel decided to offer her clients something new. this year's package is 47,000. it includes four nights in a presidential suite a car a driver and a social media butler. >> what is a social media butler? >> it is a dedicated social media pro who is available to help record memories from the inauguration weekend. >> reporter: will you really do their tweets for them. >> i will. if they want to tell me what to tweet. >> reporter: victoria will do it all twitter facebook insta gram. >> after you can look back and see your adventures and your family and friends who aren't with you on this trip can follow along like they are there with you. >> so they can be jealous. >> in real time jealousy. >> in the spirit of an inaugural high roller i decided to try it out this is my inaugural tweet my producer made me do it so here mi sitting at the bar in the hotel pretending that i am the very rich customer who has bought this package which includes a social media butler. and the bar tendress is going to offer us what? >> well, we h
men. the suspect also pronounced dead and now a whole lot of questions. mark meredith is live in aurora. mark, police say they are now looking into allegations the gunman may have been high on meth before the shootings. what do you know? >> shannon, that's one thing that investigators tell us they are trying to find out. some neighbors that were out here earlier this morning that were near the apartment where the shootout happened say that's what police were telling them. i spoke to an investigator just about two hours ago. he says they have ordered toxicology reports to find out whether or not that may have contributed. it could have been alcohol, drugs or some other substance that may have led to this man's behavior before he shot up the apartment. but toxicology reports and autopsy are ordered and they will be our best chance of finding out the moments that were leading up before the shooting. >> mark, i know there's a lot of investigating still to be done. but is there any clear answer right now about whether the gunman took his own life or whether he was shot by police? >
for the super bowl. >> we'll head into super bowl territory as well. >> meredith's last day filling in for kathie lee. she joins hoda after your local news and weather. >>> good morning. it is 9:57 this friday, january 25. i'm keith russell. storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein is here with the forecast. >> likely will have some snow moving towards the metro area. but not until perhaps early to mid afternoon. right now as we go forward here, these areas in lavender, that's where we will get the accumulating snow around noontime in the shenandoah valley. and then by around 3:00, metro area, to around 4:00, then that snow may pick up on the eastern shore. all hose areas in lavender, that's around 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. counties just east of washington, around the bay, could get 2 to 3 inches. around the metro area, about an inch. details at 11:00. what's going on with our traffic? >> looking good out there right now. interstate delays cleared up. still a bit slow on northbound 395. looking good at edsall but bit slow at the 14th street bridge. 14-minute ride from the beltway to the bridg
you an hour to stop that. >> very cuete. >> meanwhile, look who's here. meredith with kathie lee. good morning. >> we have a lot coming up. >> for instance? >> that is terrible. >> it's obviously 8:20. >> we are going to do a cosmetic procedure. i guess you could call it that, on meredith, at the top of the show. this is a good one worth watching. it will affect a lot of women who have the exact same issue. >> you want to tell us about it? >> we can't. i'm still a little nervous about it but i will do it. >> she's going to go through with it. >> you're not that good an actres actress. >> i'm an excellent actress. >> the "sex and the city," the star -- >> the kerry diary. >> "sex and the city." >> we will also have our ambush makeover and combed the crowd and have a couple of ladies, as we speak. >> you make me laugh. i'm sorry. that could be fun. the fourth hour of the "today" show with meredith and hoda. >>> coming up, how to retire the cheapskate way. >> this is wbal-tv 11 news in baltimore. >> good morning. i am mindy basara. here is traffic pulse 11 and sarah caldwell. >> a little
with five people who have participated in his program. valerie anderson, randy nicolo, and meredith venkil. good morning to all of you. we'll get to your results in a moment. you have a 93% success rate. >> correct. >> what's the average bet here? >> affirming bet is about $30. >> what's the average payout? >> about two to three times that. about a third of the people win. it's not winner take all. everyone who wins splits the pot equally. >> it's always over a four-week period. you rely on photos, too, to determine the winner. >> we do. >> do you get a little concerned? it's pretty easy these days to doctor a photo. >> people aren't doing it for the money. they're really doing it for the weight loss. we put people through a process that you have to document not just like you lost 4% of your weight but also show yourself getting weighed, show you the scale. we give you a weigh-in word that's specific to your game. people feel that there's integrity around the weight verification, but they're really in it for the weight loss more than the money. >> you're all doing it together in an office
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